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The Lord Was with Him - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - Baptist (Luke 1:66)--total commitment • Scattered Jews (Acts 11:21)--their witness Because God was with the various people, they were successful. Yet because they were obedient to God's use of them, God was with them. The Lord Jesus...
Acts 18:12
... when Gallio was the deputy of Achaia, the Jews made insurrection with one accord against Paul, and brought him to the judgment...
1 Corinthians 1:1: Sosthenes - Study Note
... before, had been ruler of the Jewish synagogue at Corinth (Acts 18:17), even suffering a beating by the Corinthian Greeks because of his involvement with the Jewish insurrection against Paul (Acts 18:12). Somehow the Lord had used these...
1 Corinthians 1:0: Introduction - Study Note
second missionary journey, shortly after his visit to Athens (Acts 18:1). Corinth is located in a narrow isthmus connecting Achaia with Macedonia, and is just a few miles west of Athens. During the first century it was a very large and prosperous...
Acts 8:39: caught away Philip - Study Note
... caught away Philip. This was evidently a unique miracle, God somehow translating Philip rapidly from Gaza to Azotus (same as the ancient Ashdod), twenty miles to the north along the Mediterranean coast. For reference to similar miraculous...
Acts 18:12: Gallio - Study Note
... Gallio. Gallio’s name, as proconsul of Achaia, has actually been found on an inscription at Delphi in Central Greece. He was a son of the famous rhetorician Lucius Junius Gallio and brother of the equally famous philosopher Seneca, and...
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